From: Harold Goodwin
So what are the inaccuracies in the film Visions of a Creek?
I was at the Opening of the Purifier Building yesterday evening, the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports spoke eloquently about the importance of shipbuilding in Faversham to our national history through so many important battles .It was good to see the completion of Phase 1 and to see what has been achieved by the workers who have brought the building back to industrial use.
There are still people muttering on about inaccuracies in the film . But the mutterers do not seem to be able to say what the inaccuracies are. We need to challenge them to “put up or shut up”. If there are inaccuracies post them on this site and hold the film maker and the speakers to account.
It seems to me the mutterers have not noticed that the film was called Visions of a Creek; recognising that there are many visions of what the future of the creek should be. That is why there is debate. That is what happens in democracies.
The mutterers, many of whom are in positions of power in the town, should be challenged. If there are inaccuracies they need to say what they are and stop this unworthy muttering campaign: “put up or shut up”.
When you hear the muttering challenge it.